Mold Abatement Worker Training Initial Course (Spanish)

NY Mold Abatement Worker Certification Course

As of 1/1/2016, New York State requires all mold abatement workers to be licensed by the state. This NY Mold Abatement Worker 16-hour course is designed for individuals who will conduct mold removal activity. This NY Mold Abatement Worker course will provide you with the skills required to become a mold removal specialist and give you the ability to conduct mold removal safely and effectively.

In the State of New York, it is unlawful for any individual to engage in mold removal on a project, or to advertise themselves as a mold removal specialist unless such an individual has a valid New York Mold Abatement Worker license issued by the commissioner. Violations could result in fines of up to $10,000.00. Don’t jeopardize yourself with costly fines!

Objectives for the mold removal certification course are clearly defined and will ensure that students understand New York mold abatement worker requirements. Individuals who complete the NY Mold Abatement Worker course will strengthen their knowledge and expertise of mold removal procedures to help protect fellow workers and residents from exposure to mold contamination.

This NY Mold Abatement Worker course will provide you with the necessary training for you to be proficient at mold removal techniques designed at targeting mold contamination. These mold removal techniques include mold containment construction, knowledge of products and materials effective for cleaning and disinfection surfaces, and waste handling.

Individuals who complete the New York Mold Abatement Worker course will receive mold removal certification. This mold removal certificate will need to be provided to the state in order for you to receive your New York Mold Abatement Worker license and begin work as a mold removal specialist.

Each student enrolled in the NY Mold Abatement Worker course will receive a high-quality learning experience that is meaningful and relevant to the mold removal industry. Our instructors are highly educated mold removal specialists and are well versed in mold removal certification practices. Lesson plans are structured around real-life situations to provide students with the tools they need to succeed.

NY Mold Abatement Worker Courses are available in several different cities throughout New York State. Don’t waste another minute. Set yourself up for success and register for a New York Mold Abatement Worker course today to get licensed. Course delivered in Spanish.

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Course Objectives

The purpose of this New York Mold Abatement Worker course is to provide 16 hours of training in mold abatement including:

  • Mold
  • Health Effects
  • Respiratory protection
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Mold Remediation
  • Containment
  • State-of-the Art Technology and Work Practices


NY Mold Abatement Worker Training Initial Course Overview

  • Introduction, Regulations, Technical and Legal
  • Indoor Air Pollution and Sick Building
  • Potential Health Effects
  • Hazard Communication
  • Workplace hazards, PPE, Respirators, asbestos, confined spaces, lock out/tag out
  • Overview of how mold remediation projects are conducted. Containment. Air Filtration
  • Work practices for removing, cleaning and treating mold, and State of the Art Technology.
  • Hands-on Work area Prep
  • Review
  • Exam

Frequently Asked Questions

Who should take the New York Mold Abatement Worker course?

Individuals who will conduct mold abatement as defined as the act of removal, cleaning, sanitizing, or surface disinfection of mold, mold containment, and waste handling of mold and materials used to remove mold from surfaces by an individual.

What are the steps to obtain a Mold Abatement Worker license in New York?

  1. Attend a DOL approved Mold Abatement Worker course. Approved training providers can be found on the DOL website.
  2. Pass the Mold Abatement Worker course.  Full attendance is required.
  3. The Training Provider for the course will issue a “certificate of completion” to the Licensee.
  4. Licensee will then submit the application form, appropriate fee and a copy of the “certificate of completion” to DOL.
  5. DOL will issue the Mold Abatement Worker license, which is valid for two years.

What are the New York applicant requirements for a Mold Abatement Worker License?

  • be eighteen (18) years of age or older,
  • satisfactorily complete a Mold Abatement Worker Training Course from a Department of Labor approved training provider, and
  • pay the statutorily required application fee of $50.

How long is a New York Mold Abatement Worker license valid?

New York Mold Abatement Worker License shall be valid for a period of two years.


Customer Reviews

 by David Davis on ZOTA Professional Training
Surprisingly useful class

I am the CEO of what used to be a modestly large property management firm. As I near retirement, we've stopped hiring new people to replace those who retire. Recently our Certified Lead Inspector and Certified Renovator employees retired, so I figured I'd take the class myself so we'd be able to keep on top of our much smaller current portfolio of properties. After 30 years of running renovations, sending employees to training and record keeping I thought the class would be a snooze and huge waste of my time. Just be sure, I ordered and read the entire textbook in advance, so I figured there was nothing for me to learn in the class. I was wrong.

The instructor, Robert, was amazingly able to make the dry material interesting and to relate it to real world issues. Just a simple "for instance," he asked "what's in the bottom of your toolbox." At home last night I found at least a quarter inch of dust in my nail bags and bottom of the tool box. As I reached for the air hose to blow it out, I remember what Robert said about using a HEPA vac to clean up the dust instead of blowing air.

And biggest of all, my entire half century of working with lead and lead paints, I learned to think of protective measures in terms of PPE. Robert convincingly showed how environmental and engineering controls can be safer, cheaper and more comfortable.

The class shifted my entire mindset from PPE to not making dust in the first place. This will be useful in just about everything we do, not just lead work. My nailbags are now cleaned and oiled and I found all the little tools that had gotten lost in the debris at the bottom of my tool box.

At one point in the class I thought I'd caught Robert making a mistake or exaggeration. At break I asked him about it. He seemed really interested in my question. He researched and showed me why he was correct.

I highly recommend Robert as an instructor.

 by King P on ZOTA Professional Training

Great job!

 by Corey L on ZOTA Professional Training

10/10 Very informative and responsive to questions.

 by Anonymous on ZOTA Professional Training

Instructor did an excellent job.  He took his time with each person and explained it until they were able to understand.

 by Donnie W on ZOTA Professional Training

I didn't know how harmful it really was to children. Bob did great, taught us the best of his and everyone else's knowledge.

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